Basically the following link describes in short Bowler's theory of attachment - which to be honest I find to be quite relevant / realistic. Obviously there are varying extremes within each style, but take a look
What attachment style are you? Are there any events in your life that you think may have influenced that?
Be realistic when you make the judgement !
For me, I'm definitely anxious/preoccupied. I think previously I might have been less so / oretty close to secure but its been amplified lately by an unexpected breakup ('Didn'T feel the same anymore' - I was completely unsuspecting) followed by getting back together with the same person. (Following an explanation of what he had come to realize his feelings actually were - general dissatisfaction with life and depression / withdrawl)
Regardless of the explanation my anxious attachment symptoms seem to be somewhat amplified and I'm more paranoid about our relationship and interactions than I have been previously. I also have some irrational emotions in response to interactions.
Its funny because he has always been a somewhat avoidant person and so it makes it more difficult to overcome when I'm not entirely feeling secure.
Thanks for the answers guys :)
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Let's just face the truth:
It's avoidant... and to the fkn' extreme!2